Shinagawa is a highly recognized and established business hub in Tokyo, home to some of the largest foreign and Japanese corporations in the world. Due to its reputation, the area is a highly desired location for new businesses looking to start up in Japan, making Shinagawa Intercity Tower A building easily one of the most popular office locations in Tokyo. A wide variety of restaurants, medical facilities, banks, post offices and a 5-star hotel are all located within the Shinagawa Intercity complex.
Other than its excellent location, the Shinagawa Intercity Tower A building itself is one of Tokyo's most distinctive skyscrapers. Beautifully designed in an oval shape with its sleek glass exterior, the building is a prominent landmark and symbol of modern business in Japan. Located high up on the twenty-eighth floor and decorated in traditional Japanese theme, this large Servcorp floor provides clients and guests with spectacular, clear views of Tokyo city and the Tokyo Rainbow Bridge from almost every office.
From Haneda Airport (Tokyo International Airport): 16 min by Keikyu line to Shinagawa Station. 30min by Airport Limousine bus to Shinagawa Prince Hotel.
From Narita Airport: 60 min by Narita Express to Shinagawa Station. 70min by Airport Limousine bus to The Strings Hotel by InterContinental Tokyo.
1 minute walk from Konan Exit of Shinagawa Station on JR Line and Keikyu Line.
10 min from Shinagawa Station Takanawa Exit (West exit) Bus Terminal
3 min from Shinagawa Station Konan Exit (East Exit) Bus Terminal
About the area
"Shinagawa is a highly reputable area and established business hub in Tokyo. It is home to many headquarters of the largest domestic and foreign corporations in the world, such as Sony, Microsoft and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries. Due to its reputation, the area is a highly desired location for new businesses looking to start up in Japan, making Shinagawa Intercity Tower A building easily one of the most popular office locations in Tokyo. A wide variety of restaurants, medical facilities, banks, post offices and a 5-star hotel are all located within the Shinagawa Intercity complex.
Because of it's prominence and centralized location, Shingawa is one of the most highly accessible area boasting more than 15 different train lines, bullet-train service, and many different highways for car access."
Within 5 minutes walking distance:
Variety of restaurants
The Strings by Intercontinental Tokyo Hotel
Blue Bottle Coffee
Dean & Deluca
Mitsubishi Tokyo UFJ Bank
Basement parking space
A community to work with
A team to delegate to
Simple IT solutions that work
A receptionist to answer your calls
Collaborative breakout spaces
Our clients love:
Highly reputable location. Undergoing an extensive redevelopment in recent years, Shinagawa Intercity is one of Tokyo's latest displays of commercial architecture located in the city's fastest growing business district.
The recognisable oval shape of this impressive floor-to-ceiling glass building.
Breathtaking scenery from the reception area over the city with wide views over Tokyo Bay, Rainbow Bridge, Tokyo Tower, Tokyo Sky Tree and Haneda airport
Direct connection from Shinagawa station to Narita Airport via the Narita Express and to Haneda airport with only a 16 minute commute via the newly built Keikyu Kyuko Line.
Shinkansen platforms located within a 3 minute walk from the building , giving you access to travel anywhere in Japan
Life-size bronze statue of Sidney, the World's Wisest Wombat, welcoming visitors in the reception area. Legend has it, that if you want good health and eternal wealth, rub his nose as you pass!
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Ask to be connected to the internet – How long does it take? Ask if the provider is Tier-1. Ask to be allowed to check download speeds. Ask to speak to IT support: Are they in-house or a third party? Are they even in the country? Ask to be given a phone number so you can try the service before you buy. Ask for a phone rate card. Ask to meet your dedicated receptionist. The receptionist is the front line of your business. Ask about disaster transfer. Ask if your phone extension can roam at no cost to other locations. Ask if the wireless internet is secure. Ask what kind of firewall can be set up for your network. Ask to see the transparency code of the provider. Ask if incoming callers outside office hours can dial ‘1’ through voicemail to go to your mobile.